Overview of best prospect sectors, major infrastructure projects, significant government procurements and business opportunities.
Last Published: 7/30/2019

China’s vast size, growing wealth, changing demographics and economic transformation will continue to create opportunities for U.S. firms.  China’s growing middle class will create market opportunities across a number of industries.   China’s manufacturing economy – already 50% larger than the manufacturing economy in the United States – will continue to evolve away from low-cost, labor-intensive manufacturing toward more technology-intensive high value-added production.  According to AmCham’s most recent member survey, companies in the aerospace, healthcare services, and retail and distribution industries were most optimistic about China’s investment environment. Consumer-based, R&D-intensive, service-sector companies view the continued rise of China’s affluent middle class as a key driver for growth in China. Companies in the services sector expect to benefit from the globalization of Chinese companies and increased outbound investment. Some top sectors we will explore in this report include:

  • Agriculture
  • Aviation
  • Environmental Technology
  • Medical Devices
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Tourism

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